Brazilian Wagner scored a stoppage-time goal as St Patrick's Athletic was held to a 1-1 draw in its second-qualifying round, first-leg clash against 10-man Bosnia-Herzegovina outfit Siroki Brijeg.
The Dublin outfit, which beat IBV in
However, Wagner popped up in the third minute of added-on time to tie the scores and ensure there is everything to play for at
Northern Ireland outfit Portadown, meanwhile, looks to be dead and buried in the competition after it was thumped 6-0 by NK Slaven Koprivnica of
Portadown was up against it from as early as the opening minute when
Sligo Rovers managed to keep its score respectable but it faces an uphill climb next week after going down 3-1 at Spartak Trnava.
The Slovakian side was three goals to the good before the interval, with captain
St Johnstone also faces a tough task if it is to reach the next stage of the competition after a 2-0 defeat to Eskisehirspor in
The Saints were second best for much of the game and a deflected goal in each half - the first coming from Alper Potuk with Veysel Sari adding the second - was enough for the host to take a decent lead back to
UEFA Europa League
UEFA has confirmed that the winners of the Europa League will earn a place in the Champions League from 2015.